Bioinspired phase-separated disordered nanostructures for thin photovoltaic absorbers

Volume: 3, Issue: 10
Published: Oct 6, 2017
Abstract
The wings of the black butterfly, Pachliopta aristolochiae, are covered by micro- and nanostructured scales that harvest sunlight over a wide spectral and angular range. Considering that these properties are particularly attractive for photovoltaic applications, we analyze the contribution of these micro- and nanostructures, focusing on the structural disorder observed in the wing scales. In addition to microspectroscopy experiments, we conduct...
Paper Details
Title
Bioinspired phase-separated disordered nanostructures for thin photovoltaic absorbers
Published Date
Oct 6, 2017
Volume
3
Issue
10
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